Hospitals and healthcare providers are among the largest generators of regulated medical waste. FDA-regulated reprocessing of some “single-use” devices allows for hospitals and healthcare facilities across the country to reduce the overall volume of waste they generate. Reprocessing of “single-use” devices has always been an environmentally friendly practice!
Reprocessing is a key component in environmental sustainability programs and is a proven means of not only decreasing the quantity of waste going into incinerators and landfills, but in decreasing the cost of providing safe, effective devices.
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